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Big Tarpon 117 lbs

Capt. Armando Chaar
January 26, 2010
San Jose Lagoon - Saltwater Fishing Report

Hi Fisherman and Guides:
The Big Tarpon are in the Lagoon . On Friday January 15,2010 we went fishing with MR. Bill Moebius. We land a beautiful Tarpon. She was 65 inches long by 38 inches of Girth by formula is 117 lbs . We land this fish in 1 hrs and 30 minutes later. We were using 20 lbs test line. This is what Mr. Bill Moebius think about us:
"My family & I traveled to Puerto Rico for a wedding, and our day spent with Captain Armando was one the highlights of the weekend. The weather was tough, but the fishing was fantastic. I learned more about fishing in five hours with Magic Tarpon than I've learned in years, in particular landing a large fish on a light line. I recommend the guys at Magic Tarpon to anyone heading down to Puerto Rico in the near-term. I certainly felt the Magic!"
If you have any question feels free to call us at 787-644-1444 or send us an e-mail to prmt@puertoricomagictarpon.com

Feel the Magic!
Capt. Armando
Capt. Karim
Puerto Rico Magic Tarpon

Target Species:

Tarpon

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You will experience a Complete Full Service Light Tackle Charter. Average of Stikes in a 4hrs trip is at least from 2 to 5 strikes of Tarpon per trip. You will be fishing for Tarpon and Snook. Guarantee no sea-sick Fly Fishnig available by request.

Contact Info:

Puerto Rico Magic Tarpon
P.O.Box 6153
Loiza Station
San Juan, 00914
Phone: 787-644-1444
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